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Quarterfinals21:30 Colón ar4–0ve ZuliaEstadio Brigadier General Estanislao Lóp...Eber AguinoMatch ReportLeg 2 of 2; Colón won
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Torneo Clausura220:00 Oriente Petrolero2–1Real PotosíEstadio Ramón Aguilera CostasMatch Report
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Regular Season2219:35 Dalian Yifang0–2Beijing Guoan42,998Dalian Sports CenterMark ClattenburgMatch Report
Regular Season2219:35 Wuhan Zall2–1Shandong Lunen21,033Wuhan Sports Center StadiumMa LiMatch Report
Regular Season2219:35 Tianjin Tianhai2–2Shanghai Shen11,711Tianjin Olympic Center StadiumGu ChunhanMatch Report
Regular Season2219:35 Guangzhou Evg1–1Chongqing SWM48,473Tianhe StadiumJing WangMatch Report
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Regular Season18:30 SJK0–2IFK Mariehamn2,401OmaSP StadionPetri ViljanenMatch Report
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Regular Season416:00 Dep La Guaira1–1Atlé VenezuelaEstadio OlímpicoMatch Report
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Regular Season1621:30 Figueirense0–1Ponte Preta2,395Estádio Orlando ScarpelliMarcos Mateus PereiraMatch Report

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